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We are a Roman Catholic Church, located in central Pennsylvania, in the wonderfully historic town of Muncy. Navigate through our website by using the buttons above. We hope you enjoy your visit with us. 

 

Sunday Masses: 8:30 AM & 11:00 AM

Saturday Vigil: 5:00 PM

Thursday: Adoration & Confession 5:30 PM - 7:00 PM

Link to Sunday Livestream available every Sunday @ 8:30 AM (Equipment currently being upgraded)

Church of the Resurrection

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Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, & Friday:
8:30 am until 2:30 pm.

Tuesday: Noon - 6:00 PM

Closed Holy Days and Holidays

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Monday 9:00 AM
Tuesday 7:00 PM
Wednesday 9:00 AM
Thursday 9:00 AM
Friday 9:00 AM

Saturday 5 PM
Sunday 8:30 AM & 11:00 AM

Holy days - See Bulletin

Confessions
Thursdays 5:30 PM - 7:00 PM
(During Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament)

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Religious Education Calendar 2021-2022

RE Corner

Thanks for your patience last week as we clean up from our Parish Festival. Please note that on Sunday, October 10th we will have a Family Pancake Breakfast for Religious Education families. Please join us along with your children. Sponsered by the Knights of Columbs and the Women's Organization.

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If you are not at Holy Mass, please watch our livestream at https://www.facebook.com/resurrectionmuncy/live at 8:30 AM on Sunday.

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Church of the Resurrection

Bible in a Year

Day 140: David's Prayer of Thanksgiving (2022)

Fr. Mike reflects on the significance behind David's prayer of thanksgiving at the end of his life. There's something so moving about David's gratitude with God as he acknowledges his brokenness and victories throughout his life. Today's readings are 2 Samuel 22, 1 Chronicles 27, and Psalm 41.

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Day 139: Reparation to the Gibeonites (2022)

In today's readings, Fr. Mike highlights David's humility in two instances: when David asked the Gibeonites how he could repair their relationship after they had been mistreated by Saul, and when David takes a step back from battle. He also explains the role of the gatekeepers as people who would be responsible for guarding the doors to the Temple. The readings are 2 Samuel 21, 1 Chronicles 26, and Psalm 40.

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Day 138: The Effect of Sin on Others (2022)

Fr. Mike points out how violence begets violence in the reading from 2 Samuel, and shows us how the sins we commit extend much further than ourselves. We also read about the Temple musicians in 1 Chronicles, we hear Psalm 39, written by one of those musicians, Jeduthun. Today's reading are 2 Samuel 20, 1 Chronicles 25, and Psalm 39.

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The Sacred Page

Fifth Sunday of Easter

The Easter Season is passing quickly.  Already it is more than half over, as we progress toward the great Feasts of Ascension and Pentecost.  We want the Season to slow down, so that we may savor the joy and consolation of these readings from Acts and John that dominate the Easter Cycle, but tempus fugit. […]

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Good Shepherd Sunday (4th Sunday of Easter)

This upcoming Lord’s Day is often known as “Good Shepherd Sunday,” since each year the Gospel reading is taken from John 10, the “Good Shepherd Discourse.”  It’s also often observed as a day of prayer for vocations to the priesthood and religious life, since priests and religious are visible manifestations to us of Christ in […]

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Primacy of Love: 3rd Sunday of Easter

This week is the Third Sunday of Easter, and our readings highlight the primacy of Peter among the Apostles, and the primacy of love in following Jesus.  Just a few comments on the preliminary readings before we concentrate on the Gospel.  During the seven weeks of the Easter Season, the Lectionary reads semi-continuously through Acts […]

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